Happy summer! Are you enjoying the sun and the grass and the camaraderie found at barbecues? Uh, so about those barbecues, I hope you haven't been going hard on the hot dogs, because the USDA just issued recalled 7 million pounds of hot dogs due to the hot dogs containing bone fragments.

A press release from the USDA states that the Bronx's Marathon Enterprises Inc. (the company behind Sabrett hot dogs) was recalling 7,196,084 pounds of beef and pork hot dogs "that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically bone fragments."

The affected beef and pork dogs would have been purchased by people between March 17th and July 4th this year. A full list of the products can be found here, and customers who bought the tainted product can apply for a refund here. The USDA reports that there's been one minor oral injury that came from the tainted hot dogs.

In a statement, Sabrett said that the company "deeply regrets any concern or inconvenience this has caused its loyal customers."